International CEO praises Danish testing efforts for "thinking more strategically and long-term than other places"

The Covid-19 pandemic has opened the authorities' eyes to the value of early diagnostics, says Roche CEO, who highlights Denmark and the UK as places where the authorities are working proactively.

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